If any Episcopal Bishop (and not just the Presiding Bishop, or a diocesan bishop, but one who has resigned jurisdiction), can swear in a court that "these are the true facts about the Episcopal Church", then there cannot be any true hierarchy. Otherwise, that hierarchy would have clearly specified who the one person is with the authority to speak on its behalf in court---and that person would be able to allege in the pleading that he was the person so duly designated by the organization to speak on its behalf.Read it all here.
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Anglican Curmudgeon has hit another one out of the park. Get thee hence.